Why is speciesism wrong, and what are the implications of rejecting it? These are the questions I try to answer in my latest book: 'Speciesism: Why It Is Wrong, And The Implications of Rejecting It'.
A short description:
The aim of this book is to attack our speciesism. This attack consists of two separate parts, where the first part shows why speciesism is unjustifiable, and hence why it must be rejected, while the second part aims to examine the practical implications of this rejection. This latter examination is bound to be far from exhaustive, yet by merely pointing out the most basic and most important implications of the rejection of speciesism, we see more than a few ways in which our behavior and attitudes should change, and change profoundly.